Dream Concert, Which Is A Dream Stage For K-Pop Singers, Welcomes Audiences Back To Their Offline Concert Hall For The First Time In Three Years.
K-pop fans couldn’t hide their excitement for the first offline Dream Concert in three years. Dream Concert, which is a dream stage for K-pop singers, welcomes audiences back to their offline concert hall for the first time in three years.
After Covid-19, the event was held in the form of an online show in 2020 and last year. The Dream Concert, which was held at 6 pm on June 18, drew 45,000 spectators to the Olympic Main Stadium in Jamsil, Seoul, embodying the huge fan interest in the event.
” Actually, I thought offline shows wouldn’t be held this year because of Covid-19. I’m very happy to be able to come here and watch the show. I’m more excited because this is my first time watching an offline concert,” commented fans. ” ” Seeing handsome and beautiful idol singers at this close distance, I feel very high. I think the best thing about ‘Dream Concert’ is that you can watch performances by various singers in one place,” added another. ” I became a fan of Oh My Girl while serving in the military. I’m so happy that I can watch Oh My Girl, which I only saw through music videos, in real life. I really want to watch my favorite song’ performanceanother fun.
The cheering banners hanging around the concert hall are a signature and must-see at Dream Concert. Each fandom shows their individuality and incredible love for their favorite singer.
Meanwhile, this year’s Dream Concert lineup consists of 27 groups, namely Golden Child , CLASS:y , Drippin , Dreamcatcher , TAN , LABOUM , Lightsum , Red Velvet , VICTON , StayC , CIX , IVE , AB6IX , NCT DREAM , NMIXX , Elris , Oh My Girl , Younite , Wei , Weekly , Lee Mu Jin , EPEX ,Kingdom , Kep1er , Cravity , TRENDZ , Pentagon , NCT ‘s Doyoung and IVE ‘s Ahn Yujin were the MCs for the event.